Sermons

The Book of Galatians

The Gospel, rightly understood, brings freedom, rightly enjoyed. That’s the message of Paul’s earliest letter, his letter to the churches in Galatia. Galatians is a letter written for freedom. And its message is a message we, in our modern age, desperately need.

The Gospel

What is a Christian? What is Christianity? There may be a variety of ways people approach such questions, but there is only one message that defines us. There is only one message that is at the heart of our faith. In this new sermon series, we will dive into that one message, exploring its content, …

The Book of Habakkuk

In a world that is rapidly changing, and in a life that often takes twists and turns that we weren’t expecting, it is easy to find our hearts growing frustrated. We feel trapped in a marriage that is far different than we expected. Our job feels more like a burden than a blessing. We feel surrounded …

The Book of Colossians

Is Jesus enough? That question is what drives Paul’s letter to a young church in the ancient city of Colossae. In that church, many were being enticed away from the simplicity of their faith and entangled in a “Jesus plus” approach to Christianity. But Paul’s words to that young church were not only relevant for …

The Trinity

The doctrine of the Trinity is a beautiful, foundational, and powerful truth of Christianity. However, it is also something that too many Christians have neglected to study, either because of confusion or an inability to see the significance of it for their everyday lives. In this series, we dive into the truth of the Trinity, exploring the richness …

The Book of Ruth

Where is God when life hurts? When we lose a job, lose a friend, lose our health, or lose a spouse it can feel like He’s abandoned us. Or worse. It can feel like He’s turned against us. In the ancient book of Ruth, we meet a woman named Naomi who knew all about that …

The Gospel of Mark

It was the first century AD, and it was not an easy time to be alive… especially if you were a Christian. The Roman empire was ripe with anti-Christian sentiment.  Nero, the emperor of Rome, was slaughtering them. The average citizen was confused about their beliefs.  And some Christians were abandoning their beliefs all together. …

On Mission

What’s our purpose?  What’s our calling?  What’s the mission Jesus Christ has left us here to fulfill?  In this new 12 week series, we’ll explore Christ’s call upon his followers, making clear his purpose for us as a local church, and encouraging one another to join together “On Mission.”

Christ in the Psalms

The big story of the Bible is a story of redemption, and in the midst of this story we find a book of songs, called “The Psalms.” Since these songs rise up from the midst of this story, they resonate with and expand on the themes of this story.  They sing about the themes of …

Sermon Archive

“I preached as never sure to preach again and as a dying man to dying men.” – Richard Baxter At Redemption Bible Church, we view preaching as a serious matter.  That does not mean we don’t preach with joy and excitement; it simply means that we realize we are dealing with the eternal Word of …